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Building Type Basics for Recreational Facilities

Building Type Basics for Recreational Facilities

Richard J. Diedrich

ISBN: 978-0-471-47260-5

Feb 2005

288 pages

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$90.00

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Here's your guide through the basics of programming, designing, and planning many types of recreational facilities.
  • Including golf and country clubhouses; tennis, aquatic, skiing, and equestrian support facilities; and spas and fitness centers.
  • Tackle the practical challenges architects, engineers, and consultants face in creating attractive and financially viable leisure facilities.

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Preface (Stephen A. Kliment).

Acknowledgments.

1. Introduction.

PART I: RECREATIONAL SPORTS FACILITIES.

2. Golf.

3. Aquatics.

4. Boating.

5. Handball, Racquetball, Squash, and Indoor Tennis.

6. Skiing and Winter Sports.

7. Equestrian Facilities.

8. Extreme Action Sports.

PART II: FITNESS AND SPA FACILITIES.

9. Fitness and Wellness.

10. Spa and Salon.

PART III: ENRICHMENT AND DINING.

11. Lifelong Learning and Enrichment.

12. Dining.

PART IV: FEASIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY.

13. Feasibility Ralph Stewart Bowden.

14. Sustainable Design Mark A. Diedrich.

Appendix: Amenity Facility Program Outline.

Glossary.

Bibliography and References.

Index.